I have a million things to do today (I always have a million things to do.) We decided to goof off and drive over to Twin Falls. We met my parents there, and went sight seeing. It's about the same distance for them, only we get freeway all the way.
I've talked about the Bonneville Flood on this blog before. It's an ancient event that carved the Snake River Canyon across the western USA. (Pardon the cell phone shadow. I couldn't move the sun.) The attraction today was created by that event. It's called Shoshone Falls.
When you first approach, the humidity is visible, as demonstrated by this rainbow. It wasn't the only rainbow present.
This is the same bit of canyon that Evil Knievel tried to jump and failed. Yeah, yeah, some guy recently did it, but who cares about him. He isn't Evil Knievel.
There is a huge home just above the falls to give it a bit of perspective. These things are huge, and with the runoff from our massive winter, there's a lot of water flowing by.
Oh, and the bulldog ambassador to the world must have made over a hundred new friends today.
I swear, I'm going to buy Old What's Her Face a tee shirt that says, “Pet the bulldog, $2.00.”
So not much work got done today. I need to catch up on blog reading, and may work through my critique, but that's it until tomorrow. Hope all of you had a great day, even if you were goofing off.
PS: I posted a short video clip of the falls over on my Facebook Page, if you're interested.